Plugins provide a system of extending DokuWiki's features without the need to hack the original code (and so again on each update). Below is a list of ready to use plugins created by DokuWiki's users.
A Plugin is installed by putting it into its own folder beyond
lib/plugins/. For many plugins this can be done automatically using the plugin manager. Be sure to read Warning on Plugins.
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There are several plugin types which interchange with different parts of DokuWiki. A plugin can consist of multiple types. The links below should help you to get started writing your own DokuWiki plugin.
If you created a plugin, please share it with the community. Just create a page named after your plugin in the plugin namespace. Eg. if your pluginfolder is named
sample create a page
plugin:sample here in the wiki. Note: uploads are not allowed here, so either paste the code or just use one of the many free file host sites on the net.
If you are in need of a special feature in DokuWiki but haven't the skills or resources to create your own plugin you might want to suggest the feature for consideration by the community. To ask for the creation of a new plugin or to discuss plugin ideas, please refer to the Plugin Wishlist Forum.